On the 12th of the local time, foreign media, such as the US CNN, introduced the story of 57-year-old Mary Daniel, who reunited in 114 days with her husband in a nursing home in Florida.
Mary's husband, Steve, was diagnosed with Alzheimer's, making life difficult, and was admitted to a nursing home specializing in brain diseases. Mary visited a nursing home every evening to take care of her forgotten husband, and talking to his wife and watching TV and going to bed were the most enjoyable of Steve's day.
After learning about the situation, the nursing home side suggested to Mary the job of "part-time dishwasher." After receiving the Corona 19 test, tuberculosis test, drug test, and 20 hours of training, you can enter the nursing home as an employee, and you will be able to meet your husband after work. Mary responded without hesitation.
"We are committed to protecting Corona19 high-risk patients," said Kelly Weedrow, director of nursing homes, but in special cases such as Mary and Steve, we want to provide creative solutions. He explained, "Mary is faithful to her new job, and Steve is in a markedly better condition after being able to see her."
Mary also thanked the nursing home for the special offer and said, "I will spend the money I earned on the kitchen for other employees."
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